Course List: Fall 2008

The following is a listing of Canadian Studies and Canadian content courses offered in Fall Quarter 2008. Students should check individual departments and the online Time Schedule for changes, departmental requirements for enrollment, SLN numbers, location and updated descriptions. See http://www.washington.edu/students/crscat/. To make an advising appointment, contact the Canadian Studies Student Advisor, Linda Iltis, at (206) 543-6001 or iltis@u.washington.edu.

Vlad Kaczynski, Associate Professor of Marine Affairs, will be teaching a course this Fall entitled, "Comparative Marine Business in the North Pacific," SISRE/SMA 555, which will look at economic relations in the North Pacific between Canada, Japan, Russia and the United States.

 

Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Programs
Program on the Environment
ENVIR 100 Environmental Studies, Interdisciplinary Foundation T. Hinckley
ENVIR 490 Pre-Capstone Seminar M. Reese
     
College of Architecture and Urban Planning
Architecture and Urban Planning
URBDP 479 The Urban Form A. Vernez Moudon
 
College of Arts and Sciences
American Ethnic Studies
AAS 370 Japanese-American History and Culture T. Kashima
American Indian Studies
AIS 102 Survey of American Indian Studies T. Colonnese
AIS 270 / SISCA 490 Native Peoples of the Pacific Northwest C. Coté
AIS 440 / WOMEN 440 Reading Native American Women's Lives L. Ross
AIS 443 / COM 443 Indigenous Films, Sovereign Visions D. Hart
AIS 475 Special Topics Indian Studies: Advanced Native Voices D. Hart
Anthropology
ANTH 331 / ART H 331 Native Art of the Pacific Northwest Coast R. Wright
Art History
ART H 331 / ANTH 331 Native Art of the Pacific Northwest Coast R. Wright
Communication
COM 443 / AIS 443 Indigenous Films, Sovereign Visions D. Hart
COM 452 Crisis Communications K. Fearn-Banks
COM 476 Intercultural Communications N. Debray
COM 495B Special Topics: Film, Culture, and Society N. Debray
Geography
GEOG 349 Geography of International Trade J. Harrington
GEOG 476 / WOMEN 476 Women and the City K. England
History
HSTAA 301 Foundations of American Civilization R. Johnson
HSTAA 373 / WOMEN 383 Social History of American Women S. Yee
Jackson School of International Studies
SISCA 490 / AIS 270 Native Peoples of the Pacific Northwest C. Coté
SISRE 555 / SMA 555 Comparative Marine Business in the North Pacific V. Kaczynski
Women Studies
WOMEN 383 / HSTAA 373 Social History of American Women S. Yee
WOMEN 440 / AIS 440 Reading Native American Women's Lives L. Ross
     
Business School
Business Administration
OPMGTÂ 535 / GTTL 501 Global Trade, Transportation, and Logistics T. Schmitt
     
     
College of Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
CEE 416 Urban Transportation Planning and Design M. Hallenbeck
CEE 580 Urban Transportation Planning M. Hallenbeck
     
College of Forest Resources
Environmental Science and Resource Management
ESRM 320 Marketing and Management from a Sustainability Perspective D. Paun
ESRM 403 Forest and Economic Development in the Developing World I. Eastin
ESRM 470 Natural Resource Policy and Planning G. Bradley /
C. Ryan
Paper Science and Engineering
PSE 211 Creativity and Society G. Allen
     
Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs
Global Trade, Transporation and Logistics Studies
GTTL 501 / OPMGT 535 Global Trade, Transportation, and Logistics T. Schmitt
GTTL 600 Independent Study  
     
School of Law
LAW E 594 Environmental Law Clinic M. Robinson-Dorn
     
College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences
Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
FISH 323 Conservation and Management of Aquatic Resources R. Hilborn
School of Marine Affairs
SMA 555 / SISRE 555 Comparative Marine Business in the North Pacific V. Kaczynski
     
School of Public Health and Community Medicine
Health Services
HSERV 511 Introduction to Health Services and Public Health J. Thompson
     
School of Social Work
Social Welfare
SOC WF 315 Community Service Learning S. De Mello
     
UW-Bothell
Education
B EDUC 408 Knowing, Teaching, and Assessing in Multicultural Education and Social Studies C. McGee Banks
     
UW-Tacoma
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
T CSIG 436 North American Regions M. Allen
Social Work Program
T SOCW 531 Child and Family Policy and Services J. Laakso




 

 

 

 

 

 

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